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When Bohemian Lake’s favorite house flippers Jack and Juniper agree to renovate café-owner Pike Hart’s newly inherited property - the old mill - they’re expecting to solve configuration issues, not cold cases. 

But with the previous owner, the ghostly Doctor Albert Downey, still in residence and connected to their own mysterious haunting, what choice do they have? The doctor convinces Juniper the only way he and his murdered bride Victoria - the ghost of the Gothic Inn - can move on is if Juniper solves the 100-year-old mystery of their murder-suicide. 

Juniper is up to her elbows in drywall dust and leaky plumbing, but she soon discovers her real problems may come from the living - those interested in keeping history in the past.

©2018 Rachael Jackson-Stapleton (P)2019 Rachael Jackson-Stapleton

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Quick, fun whodunit

I enjoy this series because of the quirky side characters the most. The only drawback is the long pauses between chapters. It interrupts the flow of the story telling, especially when some of the chapters are so short.